Given the false alarm that happened weeks ago, when someone told "Entertainment Tonight" that Brangelina's twins were born, it's no wonder everyone was skeptical about the announcement that the new Pitt-Jolies made their big debut Saturday night. But this time, we have confirmation from Dr. Michel Sussmann, who told The Associated Press that he delivered a boy and a girl via C-section at around 8 p.m. (France time) at La Fondation Lenval hospital in Nice, France.
The boy, Knox Leon, weighed just over 5 pounds, and the girl, Vivienne Marcheline, weighed 5 pounds. The actress, her twins and Brad Pitt "are doing marvelously well," Sussman told AP.
Earlier on Saturday, In Touch reported that she'd had her two girls at 6:45 and 7 p.m., according to "sources" at the hospital. Oops.
Of course, the world's hunger for photos of the couple's fifth and sixth children will soon be sated: French newspaper Nice Matin reported Sunday that they've already sold the rights to Knox and Vivienne's first photos to an unnamed U.S. publication. Proceeds will go to charity.
In the meantime, congrats at last to Angie, Brad, Maddox, Pax, Zahara and Shiloh!